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Charlotte Laws, Ph.D.
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Premium Author Charlotte Laws, Ph.D.

California, USA

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"You can never have too many parents."

Brief biography:

Charlotte Laws is serving her second term on the Greater Valley Glen Council in Southern California. She also sits as a Los Angeles Commissioner and writes a syndicated column about current events.

She has appeared on Larry King Live, Oprah Winfrey and The Late Show. Her articles have appeared in Newsweek, The Daily News and E The Environmental Magazine. She is the recipient of the 2006 Los Angeles Animal Humanitarian Award.


ARTICLES BY CHARLOTTE LAWS, PH.D.


I had the opportunity to eat, drink and make moral calculations with the Father of the Animal Rights Movement, philosopher Peter Singer
Unless your head has been super-glued inside a science book, you have observed the furious debate between proponents of intelligent design (ID) and supporters of evolution; a debate that has bounced f...
Affordable housing programs are inherently unfair, hurt property owners, rely upon an unfounded evaluation of the home ownership situation, and erroneously see the solution to the housing "c...
It could be said that corporations and developers attack from one side while politicians and government officials, acting in the interest of the less well-off, attack from the other
If Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa fails to honor his promise to fire Mr. Stuckey and to hire a compassionate and experienced General Manager who can implement a no-kill plan and reform the department,...
Property values have risen an average of 425% in California since 1980 and 115% in Los Angeles since 2000. If you have the means, escape the "perpetual tenant syndrome" and enter the rent control reha...
The "fence height" controversy has traveled to the California communities of Burbank, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Richmond and Glendale where angry homeowners have flocked to city council mee...
Los Angeles allows a 7600 square foot home on a 5000 square foot lot. This isn't fuzzy math, and the city is not saying you should re-position your neighbor's fence in the middle of the night, gaining...








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